Yes You Can! - 50 Classic Self-Help Books That Will Guide You and Change Your Life

Yes You Can! - 50 Classic Self-Help Books That Will Guide You and Change Your Life

by Napoleon HillWallace D. Wattles Benjamin Franklin and others
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Publication Date: 18/05/2020

Here is the all-in-one compilation on how to harness the creative powers of your mind to achieve a life of prosperity.


  1. The Richest Man in Babylon (George S. Clason)

  2. Think And Grow Rich (Napoleon Hill)

  3. The Law of Success (Napoleon Hill)

  4. As a man thinketh (James Allen)

  5. The Way to Wealth (Benjamin Franklin)

  6. The Master Key System (Charles F. Haanel)

  7. The Game of Life and How to Play It (Florence Scovel Shinn)

  8. How to Get What You Want (Wallace Wattles)

  9. The Science of Getting Rich (Wallace D. Wattles)

  10. The Science of Being Well (Wallace D. Wattles)

  11. The Science of Being Great (Wallace D. Wattles)

  12. The Art of Money Getting (P.T. Barnum)

  13. The Art of Public Speaking (Dale Carnegie)

  14. Tao Te Ching (Lao Tzu)

  15. The Prophet (Khalil Gibran)

  16. An Iron Will (Orison Swett Marden)

  17. Ambition and Success (Orison Swett Marden)

  18. The Victorious Attitude (Orison Swett Marden)

  19. Architects of fate (Orison Swett Marden)

  20. Pushing to the Front (Orison Swett Marden)

  21. How to Succeed (Orison Swett Marden)

  22. Cheerfulness As a Life Power(Orison Swett Marden)

  23. Meditations (Marcus Aurelius)

  24. Within You Is the Power (Henry Thomas Hamblin)

  25. Dollars and Sense (William Crosbie Hunter)

  26. Evening Round-Up (William Crosbie Hunter)

  27. The Power of Your Subconscious Mind (Joseph Murphy)

  28. Self-Reliance (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

  29. Compensation (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

  30. Concentration: The Road to Success (Henry Harrison Brown)

  31. Dollars Want Me (Henry H. Brown)

  32. Acres of Diamonds (Russell H. Conwell

  33. The Key to Success (Russell H. Conwell)

  34. What you can do with your will power (Russell H. Conwell)

  35. Every Man His Own University (Russell H. Conwell)

  36. The Art of Logical Thinking (William Atkinson)

  37. The Psychology of Salesmanship (William

  38. How to Make Money

  39. Hidden Treasures (H.A. Lewis)

  40. Self-Development And The Way To Power (L.W. Rogers)

  41. Laugh and Live (Douglas Fairbanks)

  42. Making Life Worthwhile (Douglas Fairbanks)

  43. The Art of War (Sun Tzu)

    44.Character (Samuel Smiles)

    45.Thrift (Samuel Smiles)

  44. Self-help

  45. James Allen: Collection 20 Books

  46. From Poverty to Power

  47. The Way of Peace

  48. All These Things Added

  49. Byways to Blessedness

  50. The Mastery of Destiny

  51. The Life Triumphant

  52. Eight Pillars of Prosperity

  53. Foundation Stones to Happiness

  54. Above Life's Turmoil

  55. From Passion to Peace

  56. Man-King of Mind

  57. Light on Life's Difficulties

  58. Men and Systems

  59. The Shining Gateway

  60. Out from the Heart

  61. Through the Gates of Good

  62. The Divine Companion

  63. Morning And Evening Thoughts

  64. Book of Meditations

    67 Poems of peace

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Napoleon Hill

Napoleon Hill was born in 1883 in a one-room cabin on the Pound River in Wise County, Virginia. He began his writing career at age 13 as a "mountain reporter" for small town newspapers and went on to become America's most beloved motivational author.

Hill passed away in November 1970 after a long and successful career writing, teaching, and lecturing about the principles of success. Dr. Hill's work stands as a monument to individual achievement and is the cornerstone of modern motivation. His book, Think and Grow Rich, is the all-time bestseller in the field.

Hill established the Foundation as a nonprofit educational institution whose mission is to perpetuate his philosophy of leadership, self-motivation, and individual achievement.

His books, audio cassettes, videotapes, and other motivational products are made available to you as a service of the Foundation so that you may build your own library of personal achievement materials...and help you acquire financial wealth and the true riches of life.

Wallace D. Wattles

Wallace D. Wattles (1860-1911) was the author of numerous books, the best known of which is The Science of Getting Rich.

He experienced failure after failure in his early life until after many years of study and experimentation he formulated a set of principles that, with scientific precision, create financial and spiritual wealth.

He died a prosperous man in 1911.

Dale Carnegie

Dale Carnegie, known as 'the arch-priest of the art of making friends', pioneered the development of personal business skills, self-confidence and motivational techniques.

His books most notably How to Win Friends and Influence People - have sold tens of millions worldwide and, even in today's changing climate, they remain as popular

Lao Tzu

Not much is known about the legendary LAO TZU, to whom authorship of the TAO TEH CHING is popularly attributed. Some scholars believe the author was an elder contemporary of Confucius.

Sun Tzu

Sun Tzu is a honorific title bestowed upon Sūn Wu (c. 544-496 BC), the author of The Art of War, an immensely influential ancient Chinese book on military strategy.

He is also one of the earliest realists in international relations theory. In the author's name, Sūn Wu, the character wu, meaning "military", is the same as the character in wu shu, or martial art. Sun Wu also has a courtesy name, Chang Qing (Cháng Qīng).

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ralph Waldo Emerson (May 25, 1803-April 27, 1882) was a famous lecturer, philosopher, poet, and writer. He led the transcendentalist movement of the 1800s, mentored Henry David Thoreau, and was a pioneer of multiculturalism in American writing.

Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus was born in AD 121, in the reign of the emperor Hadrian. At first he was called Marcus Annius Verus, but his well-born father died young and he was adopted, first by his grandfather, who had him educated by a number of excellent tutors, and then, when he was sixteen, by Aurelius Antoninus, his uncle by marriage, who had been adopted as Hadrian's heir, and had no surviving sons of his own. Aurelius Antoninus changed Marcus' name to his own and betrothed him to his daughter, Faustina. She bore fourteen children, but none of the sons survived Marcus except the worthless Commodus, who eventually succeeded Marcus as emperor.

On the death of Antoninus in 161, Marcus made Lucius Verus, another adopted son of his uncle, his colleague in government. There were thus two emperors ruling jointly for the first time in Roman history. The Empire then entered a period troubled by natural disasters, famine, plague and floods, and by invasions of barbarians. In 168, one year before the death of Verus left him in sole command, Marcus went to join his legions on the Danube.

Apart from a brief visit to Asia to crush the revolt of Avidius Cassius, whose followers he treated with clemency, Marcus stayed in the Danube region and consoled his somewhat melancholy life there by writing a series of reflections which he called simply To Himself. These are now known as his Meditations, and they reveal a mind of great humanity and natural humility, formed in the Stoic tradition, which has long been admired in the Christian world. He died, of an infectious disease, perhaps, in camp on 17 March AD 180.

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